Robert Markham “Mark” Taylor, left, was convicted in the murder of Alex Johnson, right.
Robert Markham “Mark” Taylor, left, was convicted in the murder of Alex Johnson, right. Lexington
Robert Markham “Mark” Taylor, left, was convicted in the murder of Alex Johnson, right. Lexington

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    Fugitive lawyer Eric C. Conn was convicted in a fraud scheme that could have cost the government more than $550 million in Social Security payments. Here's how the onetime king of Eastern Kentucky disability cases ended up on the FBI's most-wanted list.